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The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) warned the community of an increase in scams in which scammers pretend to be members of the sheriff’s office. According to TCSO’s … more
The week of March 9, 2024, was one of the toughest weeks of Edith Vanderwal’s life. While watching her son’s soccer game in Aberdeen, the Lacey woman fell down a few sets of bleachers, … more
The roughly 30 Thurston County residents who spoke at the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office’s public forum on Thursday, April 11, had differing opinions on the controversial hiring and … more
A recent Sasquatch sighting near Grand Mound, investigated by the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO), may have been debunked by a Rochester cross country and track athlete. The … more
Gov. Jay Inslee has signed legislation to study the effect of avian predation on salmon populations in the state. House Bill 2293, sponsored by Rep. J.T. Wilcox, R-Yelm, establishes an Avian … more
The Daughters of the American Revolution is hosting the opening of the American Revolution Experience at the Schmidt House in Tumwater, beginning on April 5. The pop-up exhibition includes display … more
Washington state drivers may have noticed an increase in the price at the pump recently. On Monday, the average cost for a gallon of gas in the Evergreen State increased to nearly $4.31 per … more
Supporters of salmon recovery efforts in Washington state were optimistic going into this year's short 60-day legislative session. There was bipartisan support for habitat restoration, with … more
Less than eight months from now, Washington state voters will – in addition to casting a ballot for president in November’s general election – decide the fate of three initiatives … more
Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee has signed into law a bill that classifies certain types of public defacement as a felony if it's perceived to be an act of "hate." Senate Bill 5917 amends … more
One of the most controversial bills passed by the Washington State Legislature this session has yet to be signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee. Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1589 , dubbed by … more
Taking on climate change isn’t too big of a challenge for Warren Neth, owner of Cosmic Carrot Farm in Yelm.   In 2020, he lobbied for the grant monies from the Washington State … more
Enjoy these snapshots of articles written in past issues of the Nisqually Valley News from 45, 35, 25 and 15 years ago, respectively.   A Look Back at This Week,   45 Years Ago … more
The Washington National Guard concluded its state-level Best Warrior Competition on March 3 at Joint Base Lewis-McChord with two winners.   The Best Warrior Competition is a rigorous … more
Those forever in pursuit of the tasty delicacy that is the Pacific razor clam will have several chances to dig for them this week. Digs have been approved through Sunday, March 17, with even … more
In its continued efforts to make clean energy more accessible, Olympia Community Solar has launched the fourth annual Solarize campaign, which is available through July 4.   The program … more
The Washington state Legislature passed a trio of initiatives Monday to loosen vehicle pursuit restrictions, establish a parental “bill of rights” and prevent the state from implementing … more
Third Congressional District Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Washougal, has returned more than $1 million owed to constituents by the federal government, the freshman lawmaker announced Monday. … more
Looking for a family-friendly time in the snow? Look no further than the White Pass Ski Area this weekend. Starting Saturday, the White Pass Ski Area will officially kick off its “Dragons … more
A recent report from the state Department of Commerce found Washington can position itself as a leader in green hydrogen as the state looks to further reduce reliance on fossil fuels in the coming … more
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